The yacht is a collaboration between designer Federico Fiorentino and Italian shipyard Eurocraft.
Eldoris is the first project involving both Eurocraft, an Italian yard based in Vado Ligure specializing in building bespoke yachts in steel and aluminum, and the exterior designer Federico Fiorentino.
The fast planning 43-metre yacht will be built in aluminium and have a displacement of about 200 tons. The yard says the yacht “combines an aggressive design, elegance and comfort. Thanks to the fortunate encounter between Federico Fiorentino and Marcello Zangrandi, general manager of the Eurocraft, the yacht is characterized by the perfect mix between the personal and unmistakable style of the Italian yacht designer, and the high quality of Eurocraft.”
Eldoris is predicted to reach a top speed of 30 knots, with a cruising speed of 24 knots, thanks to her twin 3648 hp MTU 16V 4000 M90 diesel engines. Despite this, she will be characterized by low levels of vibration and noise. Coming in at under 500 GRT, and Eldoris will accommodate 10 guests and 7 crew.
The yard says: “The owner will have the possibility to personally customize the interior decor, in collaboration with an architect or one of the interior designers who work with the shipyard, and with Federico Fiorentino’s Milan-based studio in order to create a truly tailor-made superyacht.”